IED recovered in Guwahati; more news updates of Sept 12

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News in brief: Sept 12
Bangalore, Sept 12: Even as the Army is trying to rescue those in Jammu and Kashmir, lakhs are still stranded without any food or medical supplies. Follow latest news updates of the day:

11.05 pm: CBI arrests Assamese singer Sadananda Gogoi in connection with Saradha scam.

10.35 pm: Jharkhand minister Yogendra Sao, accused of Maoist links, quits.

9.40 pm: FIR lodged against Yogi Adityanath for poll code violation.

8.30 pm: BJP, Congress lock horns as Election Commission announces dates for Maharashtra polls.

7.55 pm: J&K assembly polls: Election Commission watching situation very closely

7.25 pm: Haj flights delayed in Goa, Congress blames central government.

7:00 pm: Disease of book promotion is assuming proportions of an epidemic. Looks like we need an antibiotic for it: AM Singhvi.

6:45 pm: IED recovered in Guwahati (Assam).

6:35 pm: President Pranab Mukherjee will be on a state visit to Vietnam from 14th-17th September, will meet PM, President and General Secretary: MEA.

6:14 pm: Congress is fully prepared, atmosphere is in our favor- BS Hooda, Haryana CM on Assembly polls.

6:00 pm: PM Narendra Modi meets Sania Mirza in Delhi.

5:50 pm: Famous singer from Assam -- Sadananda Gogoi has been arrested in connection with controversial Saradha scam.

5:15 pm: Counting of votes in Maharashtra and Haryana will be held in Oct 19.

4:55 pm: Maharashtra and Haryana are going to poll on Oct 15.

4:42 pm: Election Commission of India announces elections dates of Maharashtra and Haryana.

3.35 pm: Visva Bharati molestation case: Victim quits university.

3.25 pm: Unidentified man throws acid at 2 college girls in Madurai, Tamil Nadu; both hospitalised.

3.00 pm: Angry over pathetic condition of road, Shiv Sena workers vandalise toll booth at Mumbra in Thane.

2.20 pm: SC asks Centre to inform on Monday about rescue, relief and rehabilitation undertaken for KashmiFloods: PTI

2.00 pm: Blade-runner Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide: Court (read more)

1.17 pm: SC allows Italian Marine Massimiliano Latorre, facing murder charges for killing Indian fishermen, to go to his country for four months.

1.08 pm: TMC MP acussed of transferring funds to Bangladeshi outfit

12.55 pm: No opinion has been sought from me so far and it is the prerogative of LG to take a call: Rajnath Singh on Delhi govt formation.

12.35 pm: Forces have rescued 1.30 lakh people so far in Kashmir: Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

12.00 pm: Election Commission to announce poll dates for Assembly elections in four states.

11.55 am: Delhi AAP MLAs to donate Rs 20 lakh each for Kashmir flood relief from their MLA funds (read more)

11.46 am: No doubt that everyone is aware about the scams, says former PM media advisor Sanjaya Baru.

11.38 am: SC issues notice to Maharashtra govt for continuing ban on dance bars under new law after apex court gave them relief.

11.13 am: CBI Director Ranjit Sinha files his affidavit in a sealed envelope before Supreme Court in a case arising out of entry list at his residence.

11.04 am: Delhi HC sets aside EC's show cause notice to ex-Maharashtra CM Ashok Chavan holding him guilty of furnishing incorrect poll expenses.

10.45 am: Nithari killings: SC agrees to hear Koli's review petition, stay on his execution extended till Oct 29 (read more)

10.34 am: Controversial meat exporter Moin Akhtar Qureshi used to take accused of scams to CBI director Ranjit Sinha's house.

10.25 am: I wrote to Manmohan Singh warning him of 2G allocations, claims Congress leader Kamal Nath (read more)

9.52 am: Railway Minister's son Karthik Gowda appears before the investigating officer in alleged rape case.

9.39 am: Jawaharlal Nehru University students union polls begin in New Delhi-

9.00 am: Uttar Pradesh police registers case against BJP MP Yogi Adityanath for defying EC order.

8.35 am: Ex-CAG Vinod Rai accuses former PM Manmohan Singh of inaction against accused in scams under UPA regime.

8.25 am: Actor Salman Khan booked for "hurting" religious sentiments (read more)

8.15 am: J&K floods: Lakhs still stranded; landslides wreak havoc in Jammu, leave an entire village buried.

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